Dress Code

The purpose of the Dress Code and Wireless Devices Policy is to ensure that sensible, reasonable and appropriate standards are maintained at all times on Club premises. Golf attire should be neat, tailored and consistent with the standards of the club and traditions of the game of golf. The Pro Shop is well stocked with suitable clothing and any inadvertent errors may be quickly and easily corrected.

Golf Course and Practice Areas

Men and Juniors

  • Collared or non-Collared golf shirts, turtleneck or mock turtleneck, are acceptable. All shirts must have sleeves.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times, except those buttoned from collar to hem, buttoned appropriately, and evenly cut and finished around the bottom.
  • Slacks and shorts must be tailored, in good repair, and an appropriate length.
  • Garments in denim or imitation of same, regardless of colour or style, are not acceptable.
  • Logos on all apparel or golf equipment must be golf or sports related or with subtle displays of corporate logos or emblems.
  • Golf shoes with metal spikes are not allowed.
  • Golf sandals are acceptable.
  • Golf caps and visors must be worn with the cap peak forward.                    
Junior/Juniors:
  • RCGC recognizes that children’s clothing can vary from adults, and some tolerance will be permitted for children less than 12 years of age provided their attire is in good taste and good repair.

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Women and Juniors

  • Tops must have either collars or sleeves, or both.
  • Tops must be worn tucked in, unless designed to be worn otherwise.  No bare midriffs or low-cut garments.
  • Slacks (regular length and Capri), shorts and skirts must be tailored, in good repair and of appropriate length. (no shorter than the tips of fingers when hands held at one’s side.)
  • Garments in blue-jean denim, or imitation of same, are not acceptable. However, fashion jean-looking pants in all other colours, not faded and in good repair, are acceptable.
  • Logos on all apparel or golf equipment must be golf or sports related or with subtle displays of corporate logos or emblems.
  • Golf shoes with metal spikes are not allowed.
  • Golf sandals are acceptable.
  • Golf caps and visors must be worn with the cap peak forward.                    

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Clubhouse

  • Golf shoes are permitted in the upper clubhouse throughout the summer months as well as in the Pro Shop, locker rooms and the main corridor on the lower level.
  • Sports headwear must be removed when in the clubhouse, excluding patio areas, the Pro Shop, locker rooms and the main corridor on the lower level.
  • Appropriate golf attire is acceptable as per the golf course Dress Code.
  • Jeans and denim may be worn, provided they are in good repair, no rips, tears, frayed ends or holes, and must fit and be worn appropriately.
  • Men may wear leather sandals, deck shoes and slip-on loafers without socks. With all other footwear, socks are required.

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All Areas

Examples of unacceptable attire for all Members and Guests include but are not limited to:
Cargo pants or shorts/pants with baggy side pockets; pants that can be converted to shorts; sweat pants; track suits; warm up suits; jogging, gym and track shorts; cut-offs; t-shirts; rugby pants; surfer or skateboard shorts; tank-tops; halter tops; stirrup pants; low-rise pants, pants with draw strings; flip flops and beach footwear; any clothing in camouflage colours or design.

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